You might have noticed that YouTube has decided that stop paying content creators if they deem their content isn't "family friendly".
I've noticed something about the advertisers there and advertisers at, say, Full30.
They are not the same people paying for ads.
I suspect that people who're advertising at Full30, whom never appear in the ads on YouTube, aren't being allowed to advertise.
If there wasn't an agenda at Google and YouTube, this would be a simple issue for advertising. Television managed to solve it decades ago, there's nothing new about matching ads to the content and viewers.
YouTube simply wants there to be zero gun content on their platform, and it's so damn obvious it's sad.
Yes, I get the irony of criticizing Google on Blogger...